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Why do most people always "fall into loss"?

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发表于 2018-7-8 11:36:20 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
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In the stock market, we often hear a sentence: "let the loss be controllable and let the profits run". In other words, "stop loss is more than enough."

Everyone wants to achieve such an ideal state, but many retail investors after entering the stock market found that "ideal is very plentiful, the reality is very skinny". In operation, it is often reversed, and becomes a "stop loss". Loss becomes a long-term loss without knowing the bottom, and profits turn into a little sweetness and make profits quickly. As a result, the stock market is likely to be selected, and the market of the main wave rises.

On the whole of the market, we can see that if most of the investors are "stop loss", the turnover will be smaller in the bull market, and the volume will increase in the bear market. But the fact is exactly the opposite. The volume of bull market will usually be greater than that of bear market.

Why is it that most people are always going to lose?
Difference in profit and loss, different in Psychology

Many market phenomena that cannot be explained clearly by economic theories can be analyzed by psychological theories. For example, in the operation of retail investors, one of the most common characteristics is "surplus and loss". Profits go very fast, and when they lose money, they refuse to move.

In analyzing such investment psychology, we can refer to a frequently used psychological experiment. For example, there is a question for you to answer:

If 600 people are infected with a deadly disease, there are two drugs that can be selected: A can save 200 people's life; B has the probability of 1/3 to cure all people, and the probability of 2/3 is also not alive. If you are a decision maker, would you choose that medicine?

If you choose A, you are sure that you can save 200 people; choose B, and you will bet on how many people you can save. The survey showed that 72% of respondents chose A. It's easy to understand, because most people dare not bet on how many people they can save.

And let's look at another question.

In the same case, assuming that 600 people are infected with a deadly disease, two drugs can be selected: A will definitely lead to 400 deaths; B has a probability of 1/3 to cure all, and the probability of 2/3 is also not alive.  How do you choose? The survey shows that only 22% of people choose A, because most of them do not choose to kill 400 people, and if they choose B, they will at least save everyone.

But after a closer look, we will find that the A and B options given in the two hypothetical cases are the same, but the way of expression is different. The first is focused on revenue, and the second is on loss. This psychological experiment shows that investors have different attitudes towards earnings and losses. People are more willing to bet on losses than profits.

In other words, the stock that the investor holds is profitable, not willing to bet on it continues to rise, to make a profit, and to settle down; and when the stock has a loss, it is more willing to bet it will come back in the future, and the quilt will be slowly turned into a deep set, but still willing to bet back. And one of the most common practices is that there is a real rebound in the market, and the loss stock has just rebounded to the cost price, and at least it can make sure it doesn't make a profit.

Why is it that most people are always going to lose?
Your psychology may make you make a wrong judgment

Psychologists have shown that once a person owns something, he will immediately increase his valuation. Under such a subconscious control, the attitude of investors to their own assets has become firm and persistent, and the risk avoidance consciousness is weak. This tendency may be correct in the bull market; but in a bear market, it is still stubbornly thinking that its own stock will come back again, and it may be kept in jail for a long time.

Another phenomenon is that investors lose stocks for a long time and throw out profitable stocks too early. The reason is due to the regret and disgust psychology of small and medium-sized retail investors. Small and medium-sized retail investors avoid losses and losses by avoiding the regret and embarrassment caused by losses. Because once the loss is realized, it proves that the previous judgment is wrong, which will give investors the pain of regret. In order to reduce this pain, investors are reluctant to recognize the loss, the subconscious is to set the loss of the stock as "Book floating" state, blurred the understanding of the loss.

What other factors will affect investors' operational psychology? How to improve the psychological factors and improve the investment operation? The next program is followed.

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